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::: Sea Rex: Journey to a Prehistoric World

Experience a wondrous adventure from the dinosaur age through the power of IMAX 3D. Join Julie, an imaginative young woman, in a unique voyage through time and space. Explore an amazing underwater universe inhabited by larger-than-life creatures which were ruling the seas before dinosaurs conquered the earth. See science come alive in an entertaining manner and get ready for a face-to-face encounter with the T-Rex of the seas!

The new 40-minute IMAX documentary “Sea Rex: Journey to a Prehistoric World” starred by Richard Rider, Chole Hollings and directed by Pascal Vuong, Ronan Chapalain is loaded with scientific facts and musings, albeit of the all-ages-access variety. The documentary dives into everything from Pangaea to the many theories surrounding the behaviors exhibited by the Monosaur and its reptilian brethren. Kids as well as adults will be delighted to find themselves learning quite a few things.

Sea Rex: Journey to a Prehistoric World features an unexpectedly involving DTS HD High Resolution 5.1 surround track that submerges listeners into the tumultuous oceans of the Mesozoic Age. Water surges, waves pound, and sound pulses beneath the seas with at-times startling aggression. Rear speaker activity comes on a touch strong, a point of contention that may leave a few immobile audiophiles grumbling, but the never-ending stream of directional and atmospheric effects in the mix help make the 3D experience that much more three-dimensional. Fish dart toward the viewer, seascapes stretch convincingly into the distance, giant reptiles seem to swim through the screen, and depth and dimensionality are engaging and lifelike.

Embark on an unforgettable journey through the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods and swim with creatures that have been extinct for millions of years in this film that explores our past in ways we’ve never imagined.

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